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Lil Wayne ft Drake
Believe Me (Dirty)


genre: Hip-Hop
length: 5:39
bpm: 92
key: 8m

May 6, 2014

Just two best friends talking about how badass they are, nbd. Lil Wayne features Drake on his newest single, "Believe Me," in which the two work together to tell a story of rappers who climbed to the top because of sheer talent and who refuse to be messed with. Though the song belongs to Wayne and merely features Drake, it seems more like these guys worked hand in hand to create a new hit. They've chosen an interesting beat, and both artists have catered their respective flows to match it, creating a well-versed, easy-to-listen-to rap track. The best part? The old Wayne is back for this one. His verses are much more mature and well-written, and "Believe Me" doesn't have one reference to feces or urine. Welcome back, Wayne. We missed you.

Lil Wayne ft Drake
Believe Me (Dirty)


genre: Hip-Hop
length: 5:39
bpm: 92
key: 8m

May 6, 2014

Just two best friends talking about how badass they are, nbd. Lil Wayne features Drake on his newest single, "Believe Me," in which the two work together to tell a story of rappers who climbed to the top because of sheer talent and who refuse to be messed with. Though the song belongs to Wayne and merely features Drake, it seems more like these guys worked hand in hand to create a new hit. They've chosen an interesting beat, and both artists have catered their respective flows to match it, creating a well-versed, easy-to-listen-to rap track. The best part? The old Wayne is back for this one. His verses are much more mature and well-written, and "Believe Me" doesn't have one reference to feces or urine. Welcome back, Wayne. We missed you.